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  • District Rep - Ryan Wardlow
  • President-Jason Harness VP-Mandy Moorhead
  • Secretary-Avery Earls Treasurer-
  • Next Board Meeting: June (TBD) at the American Legion
News

Online Registration

Online registration is active.  You may pay with PayPal or credit card.  Click here to Register Online.

If you complete the online registration, please submit a copy of each new player's birth certificate to bethelsoccer@gmail.com, text a copy the District Rep or give to the coach at the first practice.


In-Person Registration

2018 Player Registration Form
In-Person Registration will take place on Saturday, June 9th from 10am-2pm and Saturday June 16th from 10am-2pm at the Bethel-Tate Middle School.
Registration forms will be available the day of registration or you may download the registration form and bring it with you. 
Please bring a copy of any new player's birth certificate to registration.


Bethel Youth Soccer

Fall 2018 Registration

The Bethel Youth Soccer Association is looking forward to an exciting fall season. This year we will have 2 in-person sign-up dates (listed below) and you can register online once Ohio South opens registration (Memorial Day Weekend?). Online registration details will be posted on the FB Page and BYSA webpage once the info is available. Spread the word and get registered. Download the form for in-person registrations at our website:

Important Dates:

• June  9th  – In-Person Registration, 10am-2pm at Bethel-Tate Middle School.

• June 16th – In-Person Registration, 10am-2pm at Bethel-Tate Middle School.

           · June 22nd Deadline for all registrations, fees, and medical forms are due for returning players.

· Late July/Early August – Team formation and practices begin.

 

Registration Fees:   

 

Single Player

Two Children

Three or More Children

 

$75

$120

$150

 

Payment required at time of registration. All new players must provide a copy of their birth certificate at time of registration. 

 

Questions: Ryan Wardlow (513) 630-8725 or Avery Earls (513) 377-4412


OSYSA - Soccer Unlimited Camp

 

The Individual Player Camps are directed by Jack Hermans, a former professional player in Holland and the former Head Coach of the Xavier University men's soccer team. Jack currently trains many club teams and was the Assistant Coach for the Dutch Lions Professional team. The Soccer Unlimited camps offer a wonderful general camp covering all aspects of soccer - all taught 'The Dutch Way'.......flair, technique and confidence on the ball. All campers will receive an Adidas camp T-Shirt. The Player Camps are held throughout the Ohio South market.

Coach Jack and his professional staff will be hosting a soccer camp in Bethel July 16-19, 2018. The camp hours are 5:30-8:00 pm and the cost is $85.  The camp will focus on foot skills, team work, and rules of the game. Campers really enjoy Coach Jack's unique style and look forward to the nicknames that Coach Jack gives to the players, playing street soccer and learning new daily "trickies".

OSYSA/Soccer Unlimited Camp

OSYSA/Soccer Unlimited Camp Brochure


Bethel-Tate High School Camp Ball Toss 2017

2017 BTHS Camp


Concussion Training Mandated by State Law for ALL COACHES AND REFEREES

A new Ohio law mandates that all coaches, assistant coaches, and referees to obtain specialized training in recognizing the symptoms of concussions and head injuries every three years. Click here for a summary of the requirements for coaches and umpires.

BYSA requires every coach, assistant coach, and referee to successfuly complete the free online concussion training prior the first game. The training will take less than 30 minutes and will require that you print a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the video.

Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports is a free, online course available to coaches, parents, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion. It features interviews with leading experts, dynamic graphics and interactive exercises, and compelling storytelling to help you recognize a concussion and know how to respond if you think that your athlete might have a concussion. Once you complete the training and quiz, you must print out the certificate, and provide a copy to BYSA.